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Evolutionary trends in longipinnate ichthyosaurs, with particular reference to the skull and fore fin (1972)



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Author: McGowan, Christopher
Subject: Ichthyosauria
Publisher: Toronto : Royal Ontario Museum
Pages: 50
Language: English
Call number: ACI-4815
Digitizing sponsor: University of Toronto
Book contributor: ROM - University of Toronto
Collection: royalontariomuseum; toronto

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Bibliography: p. 37-38

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